Aviation

The First 100 Days: How Airlines Responded to the Covid-19 Crisis

An AeroMexico Airplane is taking off with a blue sky in the background

COVID-19 is one of the biggest challenges the airline industry has ever faced. Airlines have never before seen such a dramatic and sustained decline in air passenger demand. The industry has previously grounded fleets during times of emergencies, such as for hurricanes or earthquakes or the 9/11 terrorist attacks — but never has it needed to reduce capacity by 80–90 percent and sustain such reductions for months.

Monday, August 24, 2020
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